After stage 4, the magna rosa was seized by  Alesandro De Marchi of the Israel Start-up nation team after finishing 13 seconds behind American stage winner Joe Dombrowski. The 159 km Piacenza to Sestola race has several climbs and do not be fooled by it being shorter that stage 2 and 3. The rain made it difficult to gain an early advantage. Joe pulled away from the rest on the final climb making sure to put distance between him and De Marchi. Joe is a skillful cyclist, we can tell by just looking at his descent. Conditions were not ideal but he pedaled down the descent not cutting the corners or leaning to avoid the crash.

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